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Bridgegate jurors who don’t like Christie may benefit defense

Publisher: The New York Post
September 19, 2016

Dan Wenner was quoted in an article, "Bridgegate jurors who don’t like Christie may benefit defense," in The New York Post. In the article, Wenner discusses the potential strategy of the defense lawyers in the Bridgegate trial. Wenner suggests that the defense may argue that ex-Christie aide Bridget Anne Kelly and former Port Authority executive Bill Baroni were scapegoats in the 2013 George Washington Bridge lane closures that were allegedly politically orchestrated to punish the mayor of Fort Lee. "They can, if they do it carefully, make it look like a verdict of not guilty is a strong signal that the government is going after the wrong person," said Wenner.


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